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Safe Use of Drum Sanders - Tips

Drum Sanders are powerful sanding machines and they should be used with a degree of caution. Each time and every time. Misuse of sander machine can cause injury. Here are a few tips that should always be remembered while using sanders.

  • Read, understand and follow all instructions shipped with your machine.
  • Always wear safety glasses when operating machinery .
  • Never wear loose fitting clothing, neckties, long hair or jewelry which can be caught in moving parts.
  • To maintain proper footing, never operate machinery when floor is damp or wet. Wear soft soled footwear on a clean dry floor for safest operation.
  • Always shutoff the machine when not in use and never leave the machine run-ning while unattended.
  • Always properly secure machinery to floor as instructed.
  • Maintain a clean, dry, well lit, and clutter free work area.
  • Use only recommended accessories. Properly install and maintain accessories.
  • Be alert when using machinery and keep hands clear of moving parts. Never overreach to avoid slipping and falling.
  • Avoid placing excessive pressure on the work piece or tool. Discontinue work if the shaft is significantly slowing or stopping during use.
  • Avoid loose articles on the work piece.
  • Care must be taken to keep the work piece clear of any attachment such as a dust collection shield.
  • Operators must be alert at all times and avoid personal contact with the tool.
  • Always disconnect power source before performing any service to the machine.
  • Never modify the machine. Modifications may cause safety hazards and will void the warranty.
  • Be sure the machine is in the OFF position before reconnecting any power source to avoid to avoid accidental starting.

 
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